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Research outputs: WATER SERVICE DELIVERY
2016 Understanding land and water sector reforms in the context of smallholder irrigation and food security in the Limpopo River basin, South Africa: fieldwork report
This Report is intended to provide feedback regarding the fieldwork trip that I undertook in Limpopo Province from 5th-12th August 2016). Th...Download this report
2016 Managing water supply systems using free-market economy approaches: a detailed review of the implications for developing countries
Decision makers in developing countries are often confronted by difficult choices regarding the selection and deployment of appropriate wate...
2016 Free-market economics and developmental statism as political paradigms: implications for water governance theory and practice in developing countries
Key actors in various developing countries are often confronted by difficult choices when it comes to the selection and deployment of approp...
2015 Factors affecting the effectiveness of pro-poor urban water service delivery in post-apartheid South Africa
The birth of democracy in 1994 resulted in a massive law reform process which brought much optimism in South African water resource governan...